Get into My Exercise Groove…

5 Mar

I am a little late on a doodle for today… But don’t worry, its still good!

Today’s doodle was created because work buddy Amber asked about my weekend. And since I really didn’t do much except study for my Architectural exams and watch the “Wedding Singer” and “Some Like it Hot”… I figured I just may be too boring a gal in the last few days to get a doodle out of it…

And then I remembered my exercise this weekend, to some of the most fun 1980s music that has ever been created. And how when a certain song came on my play list I could hear my neighbor laughing:

When I'm exercising you can call me Sweaty, and Sweaty when you call me... you can call me Al.

I was jump-roping to it… Adults do that right? Well, this one does.

And just in case you forgot the song… pull out your jump-rope and get ready:



4 Responses to “Get into My Exercise Groove…”

  1. Bongo March 5, 2012 at 7:39 pm #

    Woo woo, there’s dogs in that song. Can I jump rope with you?

    • Viciously Sweet March 6, 2012 at 9:26 am #

      Of course. I think having a dog to jump with would be the best thing ever!

  2. Jen March 5, 2012 at 11:23 pm #

    I love this. I love you with your yellow sweat bands and I love the fact that after a not so great day, watching that film clip made me smile. I also love the look on Chevy Chase’s face when Paul Simon starts playing the flute. Fantastico! x

    • Viciously Sweet March 6, 2012 at 9:38 am #

      That song always makes me so happy. I’m glad it made you smile all the way on the other side of the globe! I hope you have a super great day tomorrow!

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